With the plight of Afghans affected by the U.S. military withdrawal dominating headlines for weeks, several student organizations at Texas A&M Law joined forces to support Afghan refugee resettlement efforts.
"I could think of no better way than for us to kick off Black History Month than through servicing the communities that we will soon represent. With that being said we will be filling the Funky Town Fridges," says Arielle Williams, Black Law Students Association (BLSA) president and third-year law student.
Texas A&M University School of Law and the Network for Justice host a series of webinars to examine pressing issues in social justice and the law, particularly as they impact the Latinx community. The first, Moving Forward Post-Insurrection, is Thursday, February 11 at 12 noon CST.
In November, Texas A&M University School of Law and its Center for Law and Intellectual Property (CLIP) proudly hosted, or participated in, a number of events showcasing the fast-growing entrepreneur communities in Fort Worth and Dallas.
Justices hear oral arguments on two cases before an audience of school faculty and students.“May it please the Court,” began the oral argument of the first attorney presenting to the Supreme Court of Texas, convened in a packed auditorium at the Texas A&M University School of Law during the morning of October 10. At issue before the Court were two cases: the first - William Brewer v. Lennox Health Products ( case 18-0426 ), involving a sanctioning of an attorney; and the second - In re: Murrin Brothers ( case 18-0737 ), which covered how organizations are represented when their owners are in conflict.
Dean Robert B. Ahdieh addresses Texas A&M School of Law students, faculty and staff regarding activities during Hispanic Heritage Month.